Cafe Au Go

Some articles on cafe, cafe au go:

Scaled Composites Catbird
... The aircraft won the CAFE Foundation's 1988 California CAFE 400 race flown by Mike Melvill, in which aircraft compete for performance efficiency, as measured by ... Piloted by Dick Rutan, it subsequently won the 1993 CAFE Challenge with a record score and a speed of 210.73 mph (339.14 km/h), fuel consumption of 20.15 mpg (US miles and gallons ...
Stadion FK Jagodina - Blue Cafe
... stadium also has a professional gym and cafe ... The cafe is called the Blue Cafe which is opened in honor of the club ... The cafe is described as, "a place where fans of the club may get together, the players of the club, football fans in general or just a fan of a relaxed environment" ...
Signs Of Life (Penguin Cafe Orchestra Album)
... Signs of Life is the fifth album by the Penguin Cafe Orchestra ... It was recorded at the Penguin Cafe between 1985 and 1987 and released in march 1987 ...
Luke & The Apostles - Albert Grossman and Bill Graham’s Interest
... the opportunity to return to New York in mid-April to perform at the Cafe au Go Go for a week bode well for the future ... During its time at the Cafe au Go Go, Elektra booked the group into its New York studios for a day to record an album’s worth of material ... In its first stand at the Cafe au Go Go, Luke The Apostles backed folkie Dave Van Ronk but were so well received that the club owner asked the band to return for on a second week in late May, opening for The ...
SAME Cafe
... The SAME Cafe is a nonprofit community cafe located at 2023 East Colfax Avenue, Denver, Colorado ... in community service and a visit to the One World Cafe in Salt Lake City, Utah ...

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